"Denver residents watched the sunrise from the steps of Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Cultural amenities like #RedRocks are drawing highly educated workers to the thriving industrial area along the Denver-to-Boulder corridor — just one sign that many metropolises and smaller cities have not only regained their footing since the recession, but are on the upswing. "In the 1980s, we were Coors, carbon and the Cold War," said Fiona Arnold of @coloradoecodevo. Last year, Colorado led the country in new health care jobs. Meanwhile, technology start-ups, financial services firms, aerospace and commercial satellite companies are moving in. @nickcotephoto captured this scene while on #nytassignment this month." By nytimes on Instagram.
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